FRONT RANGE ANGLERS NEWSLETTER

"Dedicated to bringing people and fish together"
January 2006
 

Jack Dennis

Hello all,

Based on the amount of inquiries we've received over the last year regarding the increasingly popular subject of European Nymphing, we've asked Jack Dennis and Jeff Currier to return for another presentation.

DATE: January 24th
TIME: 7pm - 9pm
FREE and Open to the Public

Jack and Jeff will also be talking about the annual National Fly Fishing Championship, and how this nymphing technique has historically bested the American teams. For more information, see below.

Hope to see you there.

Bill

 
NEWS AND NOTES
Up Boulder Creek

 
FLY TYING:
Two Classic Patterns and How to Tie Them: Troth's Elk Hair Caddis and Sawyer's Pheasant Tail are staples for any trout fisherman's fly box. The only question is how many sizes and colors to carry.


Bugger Variation - The JJ Special: The JJ Special has started out as a fly constructed from leftover materials. Eight years later its still going strong as a the go-to fly for many Wyoming guides.

Fly of the Month: Simplicity in fly design can often be the key to a successful imitation. Brian’s Spider is a perfect example of this principle.

Winter Break: You can recapture summer in the middle of a Rocky Mountain winter at your fly tying bench.


 
TIPS AND TECHNIQUES:

The Buzz on European Fishing Techniques: You need to write down this date - January 24, 2006. Find out why.

The Top Prop: Is it a Fly?: Perhaps we've stepped over the line.


Landing a Large Fish: Every once in a while you'll connect with a really large trout. Many fishermen don't know how to deal with this situation. Here are a few pointers that will help.

 
PRODUCT REVIEWS:

What is Agent X? Sounds like an old time radio hero rather than something associated with a fly line.

 
WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?
What's going on here? Something seems out of place in Cornhusker country



 
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